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  1. Engaging Higher Education for Early College Success Texas High School Project April 21, 2010

  2. Where are we?

  3. Who are we? • Region • One-half Adult over age of 25 have less than 9th Grade Education • 3rd Fastest Growing Region in the Nation • Youngest Population in the Nation • College • Over 27,000 Students • 8,770 Dual Enrollment Students • 95% Hispanic • Majority First-Generation College • Nearly 88% of Students on Financial Aid

  4. Years of Existence? • Progreso ECHS Academy • 2007-2008 • Year 3 • McAllen Achieve ECHS • 2008-2009 • Year 2 • PSJA T-STEM ECHS • 2008-2009 • Year 2 • Mercedes ECHS Academy • 2008-2009 • Year 2 • Valley View T-STEM ECHS • 2009-2010 • Year 1 ECHS (Began as a T-STEM Academy; Applied for ECHS designation)

  5. Enrollment Projections Progreso PSJA; McAllen; Mercedes Valley View

  6. Preparing to Serve 2,000 Studentsby 2012-2013

  7. Planning for Success • Steering Committee • Led by Superintendent & President • Understanding Funding Streams • Communication Early & Often • Establish High Expectations • Stay True to ECHS Philosophy • Plan for High Levels of Engagement

  8. How do we establish high expectations? For parents? For students? For faculty? Through Meaningful Partnerships!

  9. Sample

  10. Sample

  11. Pathways to Success • Continuous Communication • Curriculum Alignment • Alignment of Expectations • College Readiness Focus • College Knowledge • Degree Plan Crosswalks • Continuously Monitoring Progress • Transition to Four Year Programs

  12. College Experience

  13. Planned Dual Enrollment

  14. Planned Dual Enrollment

  15. Planned Dual Enrollment

  16. How are they doing? * W reflects students who withdrew from ECHS during semester

  17. Vision Statement A better quality of life for our communities

  18. Luzelma G. Canales Interim Associate Dean, Community Engagement & Corporate Training luzelma@southtexascollege.edu